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  # Summary Nr Event Date Report ID Fat SIC Event Description
21 202489977 09/30/2009 0950621   761 Employee Amputates Fingertip When Caught In Nip Point
22 201859972 04/03/2009 0452110 X 783 Employee Is Electrocuted And Killed
23 200203230 11/04/2008 0418200 X 1799 Employee Is Killed In Fall From Truck Bucket
24 202560546 10/16/2008 0950411   1623 Employee'S Leg And Hip Are Fractured By Excavator
25 201344777 09/10/2008 0729700 X 1796 Employee Dies After Falling From Bucket Elevator
26 200571347 08/25/2008 0316700 X 3272 Employee Is Struck By Moving Bucket And Is Killed
27 201072311 10/20/2007 0950632   1321 Employee Suffers Multiple Injuries From Electric Shock
28 200774529 03/14/2006 0134000   4911 Employee Contact Electric Power Source And Receives Burns
29 202461562 02/09/2006 0420600 X 782 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Skid Steer Loader
30 200901742 02/08/2006 0418400 X 2875 Employee Is Killed When Caught Between Loader And Assembly
31 201352895 11/21/2005 0419700 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Tree Crushed Cab Of Excavator
32 200023125 11/21/2005 0214200 X 4931 Employee Is Killed When He Falls From A Bucket Truck
33 202462644 10/14/2005 0950643   7363 Employee'S Fingers Are Amputated By Unguarded Moving Chain
34 202004602 03/31/2005 0317000 X 4212 Employee Is Killed When Crushed In Skid Steer Loader
35 200901619 03/30/2005 0418400 X 783 Employee Dies In Fall From Bucket Of Truck Lift
36 202354593 03/18/2005 0352400 X 1629 Employee Is Killed When Struck By Excavator Bucket
37 201176765 03/03/2005 0950621   783 Employee'S Forearm Is Amputated By Power Line
38 200012144 10/29/2004 0729300 X 4841 Employee Is Killed When Contacted Primary Line
39 201125259 10/20/2004 0950613   1623 Employee'S Leg Is Fractured By Chain Binder
40 201105640 09/10/2004 0950624   723 Employee Is Injured When Caught In Conveyor

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